The farmers formed a culture of their own and began sacrificing humans and, to ensure crop growth and sustainability, ritual sex. While the farmers used human sacrifice, the herders used animal sacrifice both to appease God. The hunters took no part, as they disapproved these acts.
The artifacts that have been found over the decades are a result of the people making use of the resources around them to create things they needed. Herders needed animals for service or domestication and sacrificing so they were bred to create more. Farmers created agricultural lands and crops while the hunters could have used weighing instruments to weigh their meats. They all wanted a place of worship, and that is what the temple of Urfa was for.